The Greatest Health Care Ever, Part 1: Rationing Insulin Because Of Cost
"This vial of insulin cost just $21 when it first came on the market in 1996. It now costs $275," she said.
Some drug makers are already reacting to the outrage. On Wednesday, Sanofi announced it will cut the price of insulin for uninsured patients and those who pay cash to $99 per month. But that doesn't eliminate advocate concerns
You can call me a Pinko Commie Socialist all you want, but here is the Goddamn truth: Health Care plus Capitalism equals dead people. Dead young adult people, dead old frail people, dead hard working poor people.
But please tell me more about how we’re the greatest and richest country on the face of the Earth.